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Bathtubs are an essential part of creating a unique bathroom design. No matter what type of bath you are looking for, there is a brand and product that will suit your requirements. We can help you find and install your new bathtub.

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Is your old tub cracked and leaking? Or are you simply tired of the same old design.

Whatever the reason, bathtub shopping can be a daunting task. There are so many different types and styles of tubs on the market, it can be hard to know where to start.

Do you want a traditional tub with a shower head, or a walk-in tub with jets? What about material? Cast iron or porcelain? The options seem endless.

 In the end, it all comes down to personal preference. Some people prefer the classic look of a clawfoot tub, while others prefer the modern aesthetic of a sleek freestanding tub.

Ultimately, the decision boils down to what will make you feel most relaxed and comfortable in your own bathroom. This is where we can help you. With years of experience in bathroom remodeling in Ottawa and installing baths we know what works and what looks good.

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What Should I do:


When it comes to bathtubs, there are two main options: buying a new one or having your old tub reglazed. So, how do you know which is the right choice for you?

There are a few things to consider. First, think about the condition of your current bath. If it is severely damaged or has cracks or holes, then a purchasing a new bathtub is the only option. 

Yes the cost of a new tub is more but you will get a more modern and stylish bath. 


If your bathtub is simply outdated or stained, then reglazing could be a good option.

Another thing to consider is cost. Reglazing is typically much cheaper than buying a new bathtub. However, it is important to note that reglazing only works on certain types of bathtubs.

Ultimately, the best way to know whether to purchase a new bath or have your old one reglazed is to consult with a professional. We will be able to assess your situation and make a recommendation based on your specific needs.

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Alcove bathtubs are a type of bath that are surrounded on three sides by walls. They are typically installed in a corner of a bathroom, hence their name. Alcove baths come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but they all share the common feature of being surrounded by walls on three sides. This means that they take up less space than other types, making them a good choice for small bathrooms. In addition, alcove bathtubs tend to be more affordable than other types. However, one downside is that they can be difficult to clean due to the hard-to-reach corners. Overall, alcove tubs are a good option for those who are looking for a bathtub that is both space-saving and budget-friendly.

Alcove Tub
Freestanding Bathtub


Free-standing tubs do not need to be connected to any surface other than the floor. They come in a variety of styles, including the traditional clawfoot tub. However, it is also possible to purchase freestanding baths with sleeker, more modern designs.

To accommodate the bath and buffer space around it, a bathroom must be large enough to support a freestanding bathtub. You can install a free-standing one in either a small or three-sided alcove. However, it’s more difficult to clean the area around and underneath.
Clawfoot and slipper bathtubs are both included in this group. They give the illusion of old-world charm.
Exposure to plumbing can be a problem for free-standing tubs. It is possible to buy specialty plumbing parts which celebrate rather than hide exposed plumbing.
While freestanding bathtubs can be more costly than drop-in or alcove ones, the actual cost of a tub will depend on the materials it is made from. Acrylic and fiberglass baths can be more economical, cast iron and stone resin, as well as copper and brass tubs, are much more expensive.


Drop-in bathtubs are essentially a tub that is designed to fit into an existing deck. Although the inside is completed, the exterior is unfinished because it is covered by the deck.

It is mounted inside of the tub’s structure. These tubs require more space in the bathroom than alcoves, and are therefore more expensive.

Drop-in baths can give you a finished look that lasts a lifetime. Your tub should be constructed with durable frames and tiled or other waterproof surfaces. You can store soap bottles, candles and books in the extra room provided by the tiled sides. They are available in fiberglass, acrylic and solid surface.

Drop In Bathtub

It’s Time To Take A Bath & Relax

Maybe You Can’t Relax Now But You Can In Your New Tub.

Let’s Find You The Perfect Bathtub?

Let’s connect to discuss your needs and desires and schedule a time to view your space.

We can then share our thoughts with you in making your dram a reality.